The application of electrical resistivity imaging in collapse doline floors: Divača karst, Slovenia
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Electrical Resistivity Imaging (ERI) is a widely used tool in geophysical surveys for investiga- tion of various subsurface structures. In this study an ERI was conducted in collapse doline floors lo- cated in Divača karst, Slovenia. This group of collapse dolines in hinterland of River Reka ponors have floors inundated and flattened with loamy sediment. Collapse doline development and transforma- tion processes are discussed, and various characteristics and potential formation mechanisms of flat and loamy doline floors are considered. The loamy fills might reflect sedimentation of suspended ma- terial from floodwaters that inundated the lower parts of the collapse dolines, or could have originated in now-demolished cave passages on the slopes that were filled with finer material.
Karst, Collapse Doline, Loamy Sediment, Electrical Resistivity Imaging (ERI), Slovenia
Stepišnik, Uroš, "The application of electrical resistivity imaging in collapse doline floors: Divača karst, Slovenia" (2022). KIP Articles. 194.